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Architectural Review Asia PacificArchitectural Review Asia Pacific

Architectural Review Asia Pacific

No. 161

Architectural Review Asia Pacific has been the independent voice of Australian architecture for over 28 years. Widely read and respected by architectural practitioners, affiliated professionals and all who have a keen interest in the field, AR works collaboratively with opinion leaders to provide considered, provocative and fresh insights into the world of contemporary Australian architecture.

國家/地區:
Australia
語言:
English
出版商:
Niche Media Pty Ltd
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boad – the acronym you should know

It’s now three years since I took over as editor of Architectural Review and we changed the focus of the magazine to the business of architecture, moving away from its traditional project and design focus. The magazine’s publisher, Niche Media, had become increasingly aware of a gap in the market – that there were multiple platforms for architects to share their projects and designs and learn about the great work of others. But for those who were looking for guidance into the nitty gritty day-to-day realities of running their businesses, the landscape was much sparser. The last 36 months have seen this belief continually validated. Of the 16 architectural practices I’ve spoken to in that time for our cover profiles, I don’t think there’s been a single interviewee who hasn’t talked…

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aradviser contribution

An AR adviser is an organisation with which we’ve entered into a partnership to provide expert insight from their respective industries. In this issue, we welcome dormakaba. GLOSSARY: Throughout this and subsequent issues of AR you will notice icons that indicate the relevant article has material on the website, which may be text, further images and/or video. The icons’ meanings are: Image gallery Video Text Additional text…

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architectural review asia pacific

Publisher Joanne Davies joanne.davies@niche.com.au (03) 9948 4929 Associate Publisher Lachlan Oakley lachlan.oakley@niche.com.au (03) 9948 4952 Editor Madeleine Swain madeleine.swain@niche.com.au Business development manager Tali Ben-Yehuda tali.yehuda@niche.com.au (03) 9948 4953 Production Production manager Stephanie Yang stephanie.yang@niche.com.au Editorial designer Keely Goodall Design and digital prepress Karl Dyer Publishing Chairman Nicholas Dower Managing director Paul Lidgerwood Publisher & Commercial director Joanne Davies Financial controller Sonia Jurista Cover: Duncan Betts © Samara Clifford…

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what keeps architects awake at night?

We need to understand what keeps architects awake at night and why we love this profession! Is life getting more difficult, and how do we ensure our profession remains relevant and vibrant? So many things are happening in the construction industry that it’s sometimes difficult to understand there are common threads joining many diverse topics. Here’s my attempt at joining the dots! A RUDE AWAKENING Waking up to a radio news headline about certifiers being unable to get professional indemnity insurance is not something that would have seemed possible a year ago. It shows what a mess the construction industry is in. Insurance, after all, is just a reflection of the market reaction to risk, a symptom of all that’s wrong with the system. Perhaps those who advocated in the past for…

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quotes

“THEY HAVE TO PRESENT THEIR WORK TO THEIR COLLEAGUES, PEERS AND CLIENTS, SO IT’S SURPRISING THE NUMBER OF ARCHITECTS WHO HAVEN’T INVESTED IN HONING THOSE PRESENTATION SKILLS.” / HEATHER KNOWLES “DESIGN AND EXPERIENCE MUST WORK IN HARMONY. A HOTEL IS PEOPLE. NOT BRICKS AND MORTAR.” / NIC GRAHAM “ARCHITECTS OFTEN WONDER WHO THEIR REAL CLIENT IS – A BUILDER, AGENT, DEVELOPER OR FINAL USER?” / JOHN HELD “IN OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM, WE’RE NOT TAUGHT THAT IT’S OK TO FAIL; IT’S ALL ABOUT GETTING THE RIGHT ANSWER. IT’S THE SAME WITH ARCHITECTURE.” / DUNCAN BETTS “REACTIVE PEOPLE ARE DRIVEN BY FEELINGS, BY CIRCUMSTANCES, BY CONDITIONS, BY THEIR ENVIRONMENT. PROACTIVE PEOPLE ARE DRIVEN BY VALUES.” / STEPHEN R COVEY WE REALISED THAT IF WE COULD INCREASE OUR FEE GENERATION BY ONE-SIXTH OVER WHAT WE ARE ACHIEVING NOW, THE PRINCIPALS’ SALARIES WOULD SUDDENLY…

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going in to bat

Duncan Betts is currently a principal at Rothelowman Brisbane, but architecture has never been his only love, and the lessons he learned from his sporting background have informed his later career. “My experience in cricket and working in teams has been one of the reasons why I’ve progressed quite quickly in my own career,” he says. “The reason being that you soon work out that life’s not about you. It’s about others and I think the faster you work that out, the more successful you will be.” When it comes to Betts’ two great passions, there have been distinct phases when one has taken prominence over the other. “Cricket was my first love, but even from an early age I was very passionate about housing, going to new houses, going to construction…

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